Live, work, and play within your community.
we must start with a shift in perspective and consider the power and potency of relationships.
The Independent Living (IL) philosophy is very different from the traditional rehabilitation model. The goals for individuals with disabilities are empowerment and self-determination. The goals for communities are achieving equal access through reducing and removing barriers.
communityworks, inc. was created with the belief that people of all abilities cannot only reside within, but be an active part of, their community. We provide advocacy, training, and consulting to any individual or organization who wishes to promote independent living.
- Develops systems to promote and establish rehabilitation and care from within the community.
- Is the go-to resource for any administrator, therapist, policymaker, family member, or individual who seeks improvement through community based service.
- Can assist in developing and facilitating advocacy programs to make sure that all have a voice in the life they want to lead.
- Offers dynamic training opportunities, including Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS) and continuing education for numerous disciplines surrounding topics that commonly co-occur with a brain injury.
Regardless of the challenges being faced, it is possible for individuals to live in their own home and lead a fulfilling life. Working in collaboration with individuals, communityworks’ professional team develops support systems that help people work, live, and play within their community.
“If we want to see people with disabilities be more successful in community outcomes,
we must start with a shift in perspective and consider the power and potency of relationships.”
communityworks, inc. empowers people who want to start their own advocacy and support groups in their area.
Let our certified professional team train members of your organization to be certified brain injury specialists.
Engage one of our speakers for your next meeting.
We have worked with thousands of people with brain injuries. Let our experience, combined with the curriculum of the Brain Injury Association,
teach your team how to understand brain injury in the most informative CBIS training in the country!
“I’ve learned more from you than all the books I’ve read on TBIs.”Eduardo Campoamo
“You bring humor into this…humor is important to recovery.”Pamela K. Sprout
We always rise to the occasion to educate groups about how we can support our neighbors in our community.